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Steve Shuler

Steve Shuler
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A long-time foodie, Steve started his career as a news producer with FOX16 News. In addition to his work on Rock City Eats, Steve is the host of the Little Rock Foodcast, a podcast covering Little Rock food. He has also served as food writer for Sync Weekly. Steve and his family have lived in the Little Rock area for 10 years.

The biggest beer event of the fall is this Saturday with the 16th annual Little Rocktoberfest at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock. If you’ve never been, this is a beer festival hosted by the Central Arkansas Fermenters, which is the membership club of area homebrewers. So yes, you can …




Stop what you’re doing right now if you haven’t checked out the touching video on Baja Grill’s Facebook page that is threatening to go viral. The video’s description only says that the restaurant staff came together to buy a car for their night-shift host. I texted general manager Heather Baber, …




This cool-weather snap comes just in time for today’s Freshcut Monday release at Lost Forty Brewing. The brewery is tapping a new Bourbon Barrel-aged Baltic Porter at 4 p.m. Almost a year ago, the brew team started aging its robust porter in Four Roses bourbon barrels. Seven months later, Lost …




Main Street in downtown Little Rock will be packed on Saturday for the eighth annual Main Street Food Truck Festival. This year more than 60 food trucks from all over Arkansas will be on hand for the event. The festival has not yet posted a full list of trucks, but …




Nothing stays a secret very long in Little Rock, especially when it involves a celebrity food personality. Multiple folks have let us know they’ve seen Guy Fieri out and about in Little Rock this week. We can confirm that Fieri is shooting for his uber-popular Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives in …




Lost Forty Brewing is getting you ready for Labor Day weekend. It starts today with the Freshcut Monday release of a new batch of Month of Sundays Amarillo Pale Ale. This is the third release of this citrus-forward beer, which uses 100 percent Amarillo hops for a crisp, light pale …




The bar menu is almost like a secret menu for many restaurants. If you rarely sit at the bar, chances are you won’t even know your favorite spot has a list of food items made especially for enjoying in the more casual setting. Some places are pretty well known for …




Southern Salt Food Company, one of the anchors of Little Rock’s food truck resurgence in 2014, has closed for good. The quirky little truck run by Lauren McCants hasn’t been very active in more than a year, and last week McCants announced she was closing the business. In its prime, …




Josiah Moody, the celebrated Little Rock brewer who left to help run Bike Rack Brewing in Bentonville, is back in Central Arkansas. Moody was the head brewer at Vino’s until January 2017, but he is best known for his own Moody Brews brand, which produced some of the finest brews …




Stone’s Throw Brewing has announced it is opening a second location in Stifft Station. Ian Beard has confirmed that Stone’s Throw will be opening a taproom in the Allen Building, just a few doors down from The Oyster Bar. The taproom will occupy the westernmost unit in the old strip …




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